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Ontario government extends all COVID-19 emergency orders until June 9

Ontario government extends all COVID-19 emergency orders until June 9

But the union said it has been calling on the province to step in at the facility. The homes include four already visited by Canadian Armed Forces: Eatonville Care in Etobicoke, Altamont Care in Sca...

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Wearing face masks at home can reduce Covid-19 spread by 79pc

Wearing face masks at home can reduce Covid-19 spread by 79pc

For the brand new study, researchers referred to as 460 individuals from 124 households in Beijing who had been dwelling with an contaminated individual and questioned them on their family hygiene and...

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China Claims Coronavirus Does Not Exit the Live Animal Market in Wuhan

China Claims Coronavirus Does Not Exit the Live Animal Market in Wuhan

The Chinese Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) took samples of the products in the market and found none had Covid-19. According to the Wall Street Journal , Gao Fu from the China ...

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McHenry County reports 29 new COVID-19 cases Saturday

Collin County health officials listed an additional 20 new cases of COVID-19 today, May 30. Four inmates held by federal agencies at the Otero County Prison Facility in Chaparral also tested positive ...

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Joe Biden Campaign Team Donating Bail Money to Rioters and Looters

Joe Biden Campaign Team Donating Bail Money to Rioters and Looters

Biden Campaign Spokesman Andrew Bates told the News Service that Biden opposes the grant of cash bail as a "prison of modern-day creditors". But the campaign declined to answer questions on whether ...

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Texas Gov. Abbott Declares State of Disaster Amid Floyd Protests

Texas Gov. Abbott Declares State of Disaster Amid Floyd Protests

Abbott declared a state of disaster across all counties, citing "threats and incidents of violence in several cities across Texas that have endangered public safety". His announcement comes a day af...

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Tobacco kills over 160,000 people every year in Pakistan: Zafar Mirza

Tobacco kills over 160,000 people every year in Pakistan: Zafar Mirza

Dr. Al Mulla also called on the relevant authorities to effectively implement law No. 10 of 2016 to combat smoking in Qatar, which includes a number of sanctions created to protect young people from u...

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Small business owners frustrated over loan forgiveness requirements

Small business owners frustrated over loan forgiveness requirements

Increase the current limitation on the use of loan proceeds for nonpayroll expenses from 25 percent to 40 percent, allowing small business owners to use the funds for fixed costs like mortgages, ren...

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Supreme Court rejects challenge to limits on church services

Supreme Court rejects challenge to limits on church services

In other words, Roberts noted that Newsom's restrictions are not religion-specific and broadly apply to all sorts of public gathering spaces in the Golden State. Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh wrote the d...

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Kevin Hart 'lied' about extent of car crash injuries

Kevin Hart 'lied' about extent of car crash injuries

Hart likened the body to an engine and said that just as one takes care of his auto, with oil changes, brakes, tyres, etc., to enjoy a great ride every time, people should take care of their bodies. ...

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COVID-19: Britain launches new test and trace service

COVID-19: Britain launches new test and trace service

Under the new system, anyone who tests positive for coronavirus will be contacted by NHS Test and Trace and will need to share information about their recent interactions. Matt Hancock has denied th...

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World Health Organization temporarily suspends trial of hydroxychloroquine over safety concerns

World Health Organization temporarily suspends trial of hydroxychloroquine over safety concerns

It is approved by the US Food and Drug Administration to treat malaria, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, childhood arthritis, and other autoimmune diseases. Desai. "All we can do is report the data that...

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First coronavirus-related syndrome affecting children reported in McKinley County

First coronavirus-related syndrome affecting children reported in McKinley County

MIS-C is described as "a new and rare inflammatory response that causes swelling in different organs, including the heart, lungs, kidneys, brain, skin, eyes or gastrointestinal organs". Experts are st...

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Prince William Gets Real About The Struggles of Homeschooling During BBC Documentary

Prince William Gets Real About The Struggles of Homeschooling During BBC Documentary

His brother, Prince Harry, got a lot more of the mischievous genes - sometimes to Harry's great embarrassment - but Prince William is known to have fun of his own every now and again. "And actually ...

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Ontario Extending Emergency Orders During COVID-19 Outbreak

Ontario Extending Emergency Orders During COVID-19 Outbreak

The total includes 2,230 deaths and 20,983 cases that have been resolved. A total of 801 people have been hospitalized with COVID-19, with 121 patients in intensive care units and 84 on ventilators....

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New Brunswick legislature adjourned as new COVID-19 cases reported in province

New Brunswick legislature adjourned as new COVID-19 cases reported in province

Health officials announced three additional cases in the region on Thursday, bringing the total of cases in the cluster to six, including the health-care worker at the Campbellton Regional Hospital....

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Path to legalized sports betting heads to Louisiana governor

Path to legalized sports betting heads to Louisiana governor

Funds generated from regulated sports betting activities would be used to support elementary, secondary vocational, and special education programs in the state of Ohio . Meanwhile, the Senate's sport...

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Farmers market restrictions relaxed, no new COVID-19 cases on Vancouver Island

Farmers market restrictions relaxed, no new COVID-19 cases on Vancouver Island

As of Tuesday, there was just one active case in the Northern Health region, although that person was listed as in critical care, according to the B.C. One of the largest outbreaks in B.C., at the fed...

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French government bans hydroxychloroquine treatments for coronavirus

French government bans hydroxychloroquine treatments for coronavirus

The ICMR, in the letter, cited the difference in dosage administered to patients and said that global dosages are four times higher than Indian trials . Although hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine ar...

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Coronavirus latest: True toll of ‘silent carriers’ may be many times higher

Coronavirus latest: True toll of ‘silent carriers’ may be many times higher

Of the 217 passengers and crew on board, 128 tested positive for the virus, according to a study led by Professor Alvin Ing of Macquarie University and published today in the journal Thorax . More th...

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Manitoba COVID-19 cases stay flat, Sask. reports no new northern cases

Manitoba COVID-19 cases stay flat, Sask. reports no new northern cases

The province has not had a day with no new announced northern cases since May 26, when the province reported no new cases of the disease. One of the new cases is in Saskatoon and one is in the north...

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COVID-19: Reopening by region touted by some, dismissed by others

COVID-19: Reopening by region touted by some, dismissed by others

The province has at times struggled to meet its daily testing goals, and is now expanding the list of those who can get tested. Premier Doug Ford said early in the COVID-19 pandemic some government ...

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Doctor connected to COVID-19 outbreak in Campbellton, NB, suspended

Doctor connected to COVID-19 outbreak in Campbellton, NB, suspended

Lanteigne said it was only a matter of time before more cases emerged in New Brunswick, but the circumstances surrounding the cluster in Campbellton are discouraging. Higgs also announced that restric...

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Merck to Acquire Themis

Merck to Acquire Themis

IAVI's rVSV vaccine preclinical development, including work on the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine candidate, is being done by scientists at IAVI's Design and Development Laboratory in Brooklyn, New York. To da...

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Monkeys steal coronavirus blood samples from lab worker

Monkeys steal coronavirus blood samples from lab worker

AdvertisementThe news surfaced when the video of a monkey chewing the test collection kits went viral on social media. Naresh, who stays in Yadadri town below the hill shrine, buys fruits and treks th...

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Coronavirus: South Korea closes schools again after biggest spike in weeks

Coronavirus: South Korea closes schools again after biggest spike in weeks

Several American soldiers have been demoted and civilian employees and contractors have been banned from USA installations for violating the rules over the past few months. Residents in the region are...

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Coronavirus outbreak: Ontario premier looking into possible regional reopenings

Coronavirus outbreak: Ontario premier looking into possible regional reopenings

Ontario reported completing 17,615 tests Thursday. The Ministry of Long-Term Care reports that 1,591 people who have died were in long-term care - a discrepancy attributed to a lag in reported deaths....

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Remdesivir improves time to recovery in Covid-19 patients, says new study

Remdesivir improves time to recovery in Covid-19 patients, says new study

Remdesivir is administered intravenously and is authorised for the treatment of hospitalised patients with severe COVID-19 disease. Searle said the Bangladesh imports would ensure an immediate supply ...

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Alexander High School holds graduation parade

Alexander High School holds graduation parade

With current health and safety concerns, the proposed plan will be to hold 16-18 small graduation ceremonies at War Memorial Stadium on July 8, 9, 10 and 11 at 9 am, 11 am, 6 pm and 8 pm daily. That's...

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India Fights COVID-19: 30 Groups In India Trying To Develop Vaccine

India Fights COVID-19: 30 Groups In India Trying To Develop Vaccine

Our effort is to make it in a year. India has identified at least six local vaccine candidates with 30 groups trying to develop a vaccine for Covid-19. This disease is.unusual.compared to other vacc...

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No fines for people at two large family gatherings in Saskatchewan

No fines for people at two large family gatherings in Saskatchewan

No additional information was provided by the province. Saskatchewan's chief medical health officer, Dr. Saqib Shahab, said at the province's daily briefing on Thursday that up to four cases are now...

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Points For Trying? WH Says Trump's 'Intent' Is To Tell The Truth

Points For Trying? WH Says Trump's 'Intent' Is To Tell The Truth

It led a reporter to remind the president of an inconvenient detail: he voted by mail in the most recent election cycle. The confrontation occurred during a press conference held amid an ongoing b...

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Coronavirus: UK deaths pass 47000 today

Coronavirus: UK deaths pass 47000 today

The percentage of deaths involving Covid-19 and the total number of excess deaths compared with the five-year average continued to decrease. Together, this means the total number of excess deaths in...

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Islanders Can Meet Loved Ones Again From Monday Confirms Boris Johnson

Islanders Can Meet Loved Ones Again From Monday Confirms Boris Johnson

The Prime Minister has confirmed that all five tests required for the next phase of lockdown easing to begin have been met, adding: "The result is we can moved forward with adjusting the lockdown on M...

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Data shows COVID-19 less likely to infect youth

Data shows COVID-19 less likely to infect youth

Also on Thursday, Henry announced one new outbreak in long-term care at Nicola Lodge in Port Coquitlam, where one person has tested positive for the virus. Henry said. There are 164 people who have ...

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